Manchester news Five bizarre things that can happen to your body while you sleep Manchester united news

MetiNews.Com - From sleep talking to controlling our bladders - our bodies are capable of some very interesting things once we close our eyes

Manchester news Five bizarre things that can happen to your body while you sleep Manchester united news

MetiNews.Com - From sleep talking to controlling our bladders - our bodies are capable of some very interesting things once we close our eyes

Manchester news  Five bizarre things that can happen to your body while you sleep  Manchester united news
16 September 2020 - 21:00

Breaking News ! Strange things can happen to our bodies while we're asleep. You might have thought our weirdest sleeping encounters stop at vivid dreams and frightfully realistic nightmares. But from rapid eye movement to talking, walking and even eating while asleep - our bodies can go through an abundance of bizarre experiences. Many believe the common misconception that our brain 'shuts down' while we're sleeping - but this couldn't be further from the truth. While we sleep, our minds our capable of things including filing away the memories we've accumulated during the day - and it can also stop us from wetting the bed in the middle of the night. Some people even suffer from sleep disorders and syndromes including dramatically named Exploding Head Syndrome (don't worry, it's not as bad as it sounds). Here's a round up of five peculiar things are bodies can go through while we sleep. Read More Related Articles How to get Marks & Spencer discount codes, free Percy Pigs and 70pc off in stores and online Read More Related Articles The £2 kitchen item make-up artist uses to store more than 70 lipsticks 1. Sleep talking, walking, eating, signing and sexsomnia You've probably heard of sleep walking before - but there is a whole host of other things people do while conked out for the night. Somnambulists (sleep-eaters) might find themselves heading down to the fridge for a midnight snack. And while some people are known to mutter and make noises in their sleep, others can hold coherent conversation - and if you're deaf, you might even sleep-sign. There's also a something called sexsomnia but you can probably work out what that's all about for yourself. 2. The active logging of memories You've probably pulled an all-nighter while studying in school, college or university at some point in your life. But rather than forcing yourself to stay awake to get in a few more hours before the morning, letting yourself sleep could be more beneficial when it comes to remembering things. While you sleep your brain powers into sorting and cataloguing the memories you've experienced during the day by consolidating them as long and short term iterations. 3.

. In the day time, the average person urinates approximately six or seven times a day. But somehow at night, we can often lie there for hours on end without waking up to go to the bathroom. Then as soon as we wake - the first thing we need to do is relieve ourselves. But not needing to wee while you sleep is due to your body clock releasing extra ADH (antidiuretic hormone) which inhibits the production of urine. 4. Alarming pupil jerking Most of us have probably heard of rapid eye movement (if not from science, from rock band REM). With REM, your pupils rapidly jerk backwards and forwards at an unnerving speed while your eyelids are closed. They rapid movement is often accompanied by very vivid dreams. And During this time, neural brain activity mirrors the activity you experience while you're awake - your muscles can even encounter small contractions. 5. Exploding Head Syndrome This one is definitely more theatrical than the name suggests. While asleep, Exploding Head Syndrome sufferers will hear imaginary loud noise while entering or emerging from deep sleep. According to sleepeducation.org, the noise can be described as 'a painless loud bang', 'a clash of cymbals' or even 'a bomb exploding'. EHS is not a danger to your body and it usually occurs sporadically - but if you suffer from the syndrome it can definitely give you a scare.

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Manchester news Five bizarre things that can happen to your body while you sleep Manchester united news


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